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PG Podcast 328: Lara Croft GO, Metal Gear, Calvino Noir, Mazecraft, and punk rock tunes

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 1 week ago
PG Podcast 328: Lara Croft GO, Metal Gear, Calvino Noir, Mazecraft, and punk rock tunes

8 gorgeous goals from Tiki Taka Soccer

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 8 months, 1 week ago
8 gorgeous goals from Tiki Taka Soccer

There are a whole bunch of soccer games on the App Store, but not all of them are as well-suited to touchscreen devices as Tiki Taka Soccer is. This surprisingly deep title dodges the clunkiness of a virtual joypad by incorporating a swipe-and-tap control scheme, which works pretty well. And though micro-transactions can get bothersome, recent balancing patches have done a lot to make them less necessary. Ultimately Tiki Taka Soccer’s a game of moments: curve shots, headers, and long-distance goals all feel brilliant to execute, and are just as enjoyable to watch. I’ve found ample proof of that last statement; if you're inclined to add more, do so in the comments. If that happe…

What is 8-bit, anyway?

Feature By Mark Brown, 8 months, 1 week ago
What is 8-bit, anyway?

Hands-on with Rush Rally 2

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 1 week ago
Hands-on with Rush Rally 2

Hands-on with Deadheads: Infected

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 1 week ago
Hands-on with Deadheads: Infected

Hands-on with Ski Safari 2

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Hands-on with Ski Safari 2

Hands-on with Trick Shot

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Hands-on with Trick Shot

How to unlock the Pac-Man ghosts in Crossy Road

Feature By Mark Brown, 8 months, 2 weeks ago
How to unlock the Pac-Man ghosts in Crossy Road

Hands-on with Pac-Man Bounce

Feature By Oscar Dayus, 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Hands-on with Pac-Man Bounce

When is it okay to be a bastard?

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 2 weeks ago
When is it okay to be a bastard?

Is Final Fantasy VII Mobile any good?

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 2 weeks ago

World of Tanks Blitz 2.0 update brings clans into the mix, here's everything you need to know

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 3 weeks ago
World of Tanks Blitz 2.0 update brings clans into the mix, here's everything you need to know

Not all F2P games suck! Here's our top 5 free to play titles

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 3 weeks ago

10 diabolically difficult replays from Geometry Dash

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 8 months, 3 weeks ago
10 diabolically difficult replays from Geometry Dash

Although our fascination with tough games dates back to the origins of gaming itself, there’s been a “difficulty renaissance” of late - just look at Super Hexagon, Pivvot, and Impossible Road, all of which are painfully challenging. But Geometry Dash takes the sub-genre one step further: it includes a level editor, which - rather predictably - has spawned madness. When coupled with the inventive brutality of its players, Geometry Dash’s rhythm-based auto-scrolling really comes into its own, as demonstrated by the following runs. If you've got the chops to top these, post your own replays in the comments. The music is awesome, but you probably won’t hear much o…

Hands-on with Horizon Chase

Feature By Peter Willington, 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Hands-on with Horizon Chase